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Scott Baxter
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Born and raised in Batesville, AR, and a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Scott has always considered Arkansas home. After earning a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, he spent the last 34 years in the chemical industry living in 5 different states, traveling around the world and picking up an MBA along the way. After leaving private equity as an executive of a portfolio company, he and his wife, Mary, decided to pack up one more time and head back home to Arkansas to start DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of NW Arkansas and do life with family. Scott and Mary are parents to Whitney, Courtney and Rhett. When not working, Scott enjoys woodworking, golf, fishing, Ar...

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Our clients tell us the best place to start is in our design center. At our first design center meeting, a DreamMaker designer will listen carefully and discuss your needs so your remodeling dreams are incorporated into your new space. We look forward to you sharing photos of your existing space and encourage you to bring any sketches or inspiration that you have gathered with you. We look forward to getting started!

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Designing a Shared Bedroom for Kids: 3 Tips to Keep in Mind

Housing two personalities in one room isn’t always easy but it’s completely doable, especially with some help from the right remodeler. To help you get started, here are a few shared bedroom design ideas to keep in mind. ...

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Top 3 Ways to Save Water in the Bathroom

The average American household uses around 300 gallons of water a day, 70% (or 210 gallons) of which is used indoors. A 2016 study by the Water Research Foundation revealed that toilet usage alone makes up 24% (or 50.4 gallons) of...

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